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You make the call
Two quotes...one topic...two Tylenol...
"I think we should just trust our President in every decision that he makes and we should just support that." Britney Spears
"To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." President Theodore Roosevelt
Hmmmm...which advice to follow...
Hey boy take a look at me...let me dirty up your mind...
I love that Roosevelt quote it is right no¤ ¤ credit: dobber | 09.04.03 at 06:50 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
tough discision.....¤ ¤ credit: Sweety | 09.04.03 at 07:54 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
I cannot believe that anyone gives that bimbo any credit at all. I was just flipping through the channels, and some newscaster was talking about Johnny Depp and Britney..and how wonderful it was that Britney supports the President.
Ugh. Whatever. What in hell does she know??? She's got such an empty head I am amazed she can form complete sentences.¤ ¤ credit: Jen | 09.04.03 at 07:57 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
That interview was pretty funny....Tucker Carlson said later that Brittany seemed, "very young". Did she ever....and what was with the gum?¤ ¤ credit: Jimmy | 09.04.03 at 08:46 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
Clearly Britney is the compass to which we should all look for political advice and strategy.¤ ¤ credit: Matt | 09.04.03 at 09:28 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
Ohh, that is a real toughie.
I guess the bleach from the hair is leaching into her brain.
Ohh, that was naughty of me.¤ ¤ credit: Yog Sothoth | 09.04.03 at 09:33 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
On one hand, Britney Spears is the kind of person willing to french a woman old enough to be her mother on national television. On the other hand, um. Actually I can't get past that first thought.¤ ¤ credit: John | 09.04.03 at 10:00 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
Great Roosevelt quote! Thanks!
That's like the office staffer for a member of our legislative assembly, who called me back to discuss a bill I felt strongly about. He listened, then told me: "I don't think we should be telling our elected officials how to vote."
I nearly dropped the phone.¤ ¤ credit: Michael | 09.04.03 at 10:37 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
i think brittney's right. she has to have some intelligence. i mean, she's richer than roosevelt. she's still alive. she, um ... she ...
aw crap, nevermind.¤ ¤ credit: tj | 09.04.03 at 10:43 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
I might vote for her if she made out with me!¤ ¤ credit: Michelle | 09.04.03 at 10:59 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
but she was talking to tucker carlson. tucker! carlson!
i'd babble too.¤ ¤ credit: tanya | 09.04.03 at 11:25 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
you all are dissing on "poor" Britney, but the sad truth is that millions of people in the U.S. share that very same view....¤ ¤ credit: mikey | 09.04.03 at 11:26 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
Baaaaaaaaa!¤ ¤ credit: robyn | 09.04.03 at 11:28 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
You know Mikey..that is scary!!
¤ ¤ credit: jen | 09.04.03 at 11:51 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
This is a trick question, right?
Okay, I need more information. What exactly was Brittany and Teddy wearing when each made her or his statement?¤ ¤ credit: jcwinnie | 09.04.03 at 12:54 PM | link--this ¤ ¤
Well... I'm Canadian... so do either of those quotes apply to me? I hope not, I have enough problems with our Prime Minister.¤ ¤ credit: Chris B | 09.04.03 at 01:00 PM | link--this ¤ ¤
You see... she is not that stupid, she is just blind... Deaf? Hmmm... LOL¤ ¤ credit: Be | 09.04.03 at 02:40 PM | link--this ¤ ¤
I dont think tylenol is strong enough.¤ ¤ credit: jay | 09.04.03 at 09:37 PM | link--this ¤ ¤
You know, this attitude has been with us for a long time. When I was in school back in the dark ages (the '60s and '70s) there were two popular sayings. The first was for the supporters of the president and what he was doing: "America - Love it or leave it." (Many former Americans still live in Canada due to the so-called Vietnam conflict.) The second was coined by Timothy Leary, I believe. It was also repeated by Charlton Heston in the movie "Planet of the Apes": "Never trust anyone over 30." (The movie Logan's Run was an example of a society built completely on this premise.)
This type of controversy has been around a long time and it isn't going away any time soon.¤ ¤ credit: BillH | 09.04.03 at 11:49 PM | link--this ¤ ¤
Does that mean thinking individuals still can't question that type of mindset simply because it's always been around?¤ ¤ credit: robyn | 09.05.03 at 03:38 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
"Never trust anyone over 30".....All those people who were over 30 back then are over 70 now and they still can't be trusted!!!!
Anyway, BS apparently likes the tax cuts she's been getting.¤ ¤ credit: spiralsands | 09.05.03 at 01:06 PM | link--this ¤ ¤
Britney of course... after all, she DID kiss Madonna! ;)¤ ¤ credit: nastybastard | 09.06.03 at 10:24 PM | link--this ¤ ¤
It is easy for Britney to say, "Let's trust an un-elected president who has lied to the American public numerous times," but certainly not in THOSE words. She is much too busy making decisions like:
a. which coffee shop to send her private jet,
Oh, those poor entertainers. Priorities, priorities.¤ ¤ credit: paul | 09.09.03 at 11:58 AM | link--this ¤ ¤
The answer is Britney, right?¤ ¤ credit: Viper007Bond | 09.29.03 at 06:39 PM | link--this ¤ ¤
I feel sorry for the teenagers who are growing up in a society where the media dominates. When a popstart states a political view (which is originally a political view of an editor with great power in the entertainment industry),the purpose is to implant a message in its fans, children ranging from 3 to 25. Well, but i guess this is simply inevitable.
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